The central Agile & DevOps event of Israel
Tuesday, 02-May-2023 | LAGO, Rishon Lezion
Agile Israel is the main Agile and DevOps event in Israel since 2008.
This year’s theme is “Making an Impact.”
At this conference, we will explore approaches that help organizations make a true impact faster and focus on what matters most, improving customers’ lives, whether internal or external.
Come to hear industry thought leaders and inspiring case studies about how aligning, focusing, and organizing around shared outcomes lead to more significant impact and business success.
Get inspired, learn, share insights, grow your network and energize your Agile journey!
LAGO, Rishon Lezion
08:00 – 16:00
What can you expect to experience in our conference
Get inspired by 30 speakers and industry thought leaders
Keynotes and panels
Grow your network
3 tracks, cultural, leadership, technical and tools track
Erez Tatcher, CEO @ AgileSparks
Yael Rabinovich, Lead AgileLean coach, Partner @ AgileSparks
Shuky Aharonovitch, Group Product Manager @ Augury
Rahm Fehr, Group Product Manager @ Gong
Roni Tamari, Enterprize Agile & DevOps lead coach @ AgileSparks
What really works to help us build better software faster? What are the fundamentals of our profession, that if we get them right, and apply them whatever our goal and whatever our technology, will increase our chances of success. Some of these ideas have been hiding in plain sight, and if we just take them and build our practice and process on them, we do get better results. So what are they, what does that take, and what are the hallmarks of great software development?In this talk Dave Farley explores these ideas, and with examples from software and other industries illustrates each of 10 ideas that when combined can be used to form the basis of a modern, agile, engineering approach to software development. Dave also answers the question “what does ‘quality’ in software really mean?”.
Adi Yankovitz, Senior Director of Product Operations @ Cybereason
Yulia Prego, Director of Program Management @ Monday.com
Thinking about domain-driven design, we usually imagine tech leads and architects sitting in a room, waving their hands and debating theoretical concepts. Well, it might have worked in the past, but the game is changing once the company starts scaling, and suddenly there are a lot of developers taking part in our ecosystem's development and design. Considering a “developer in the center” or “full autonomy” approach, tech leads and architects should transform from potential bottlenecks to enablers and coachers. In this talk, I will share how to build an architecture-first mindset by defining and propagating architectural guidelines that can be implemented in every design review by every developer. You can expect to hear about the fundamental DDD definitions and how they relate to our real-world microservices implementation in distributed systems.
Yael Goldberg Katz, Director of Professional Excellence AT&T Software Delivery Services, AT&T Israel
Sagi Smolarski, Enterprize Agile & DevOps lead coach, AgileSparks
Shirly Paster-Benor, Process Excellence and Agile Lead @ Amdocs
Yossi Yitshaki, Process Excellence and Agile Coach @ Amdocs
Batel Zohar Tova, Developer Advocate @ JFrog
Marina Marenkov, Cloud Solutions Architect @ Microsoft
In this talk we will demonstarte how AI tools are assisting throughout the development cycle Helping improve developers speed and efficiancy and above all improving developers experiance and proffesionallity